08 May 2008

Wired Moms

In spring of 2007, Experian Consumer Research conducted a survey that found 86 percent of moms with at least one child at home were online. This rate increased to 94 percent when the women were expecting their first or second child within a year.

In October 2007, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration of the US Department of Commerce found that 86.5 percent of "married with children under 18" households had Internet access at home or other location. For family households without children the figure was 73 percent.

How Many Moms Are Online? - eMarketer reports:
Mothers are part of an adult female Internet user population that will grow from 80.9 million in 2008 to 91.3 million in 2012. Adult females outnumber adult males in both the general population and the Internet user population.



So, remember mom this Mother's Day -or- she might just go out to your MySpace page and embarrass you. LOL


3 comments:

Joe Gelb said...

amazing how suprising that is

stev said...

LOL

nice pic ;)

CyberCelt said...

@joe-I do not think it is surprising at all. Blogging gives us a connection and a community that we sometimes do not have when we have young ones at home.

@stev-Thanks!

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